I just released the top 75 books on personal finance and it was insanely popular. Now it's time for the "best of the best" productivity list. Yes, that's a total of 150 books I'm recommending. I hope your to-read list is growing! I'm here to help with that. I've been reading on productivity for years. Just like with personal finance, I've read some amazing books and some...not so amazing books. I've decided to leave the not-so-amazing books out off the list. You're welcome. These books are not just the best books I have ever read on productivity; they are books that have changed my outlook (for the better) and helped me to achieve things I never would have believed I could do. Prepare to seriously become more productive... Related: How to Read More Books This Year Than Most People Read in Their Life Habit Creating and Goal Setting Time Management and Getting Things Done Thinking and Mindset Leadership and Dealing With People Minimalism The Power of Less by Leo Babuata Minimalism by Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus The Joy of Less by Francine Jay Simplify by Joshua Becker Everything That Remains by Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus The Reading List Just like my list of finance books, it took me hours upon hours to put this list together. Every book on this list was carefully selected. I have decided on these books through extensive research and yes, actually reading them. That being said, if I missed something, let me know! I want this list to be a library that you can come to for ideas on what to read next to boost your productivity. Don't Forget Your Free Book! Speaking of finance books, don't forget to get your free copy of my book: Financial Freedom on a Full Schedule. I go over the finance principles you need to master your money and I also cover how to create the time to implement them. Basically, I cram what I have learned from reading many of these books into one book. What's your favorite finance book? What are you reading right now? Share in the comments! ...[Continue reading on MoneyMiniBlog]